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Dorothy Irene Eggleston

Dorothy Irene Eggleston

August 03, 1941 - June 15, 2009

Dorothy Irene Eggleston

August 03, 1941 - June 15, 2009

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Eggleston, Dorothy Irene, 67, Of Richmond Went To Be With The Lord June 15, 2009. She Was The Daughter Of The Late James William And Florence Goldie Cole Munford. She Was Preceded In Death By Her Husband, Robert Martin Eggleston. She Is Survived By Her Son, David Martin Eggleston; Sisters, Florence Smith, Marion West, Margaret Anderson And Her Husband Jerry, Barbara Sanford, And Peggy Culpepper And Her Husband Dennis; Brothers, George Munford And His Wife Joan And, Ed Munford And His Wife Janice; Numerous Nieces And Nephews, Relatives, And Friends. She Was A Secretary And Volunteer At Bellwood Elementary School For More Than 30 Years, As Well As The Secretary For 2 Bowling Leagues And A Member Of Oak Grove Baptist Church. The Family Will Receive Friends From 5 To 8 Pm Wednesday (Today) At The Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. (Rt. 10). Her Funeral Service Will Be Held 11 Am Thursday At The Funeral Home. Interment To Follow In Sunset Memorial Park. In Lieu Of Flowers The Family Suggests Donations Be Made To Oak Grove Baptist Church At 3801 Beulah Rd., Richmond, Va 23237.

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3 responses to Dorothy Irene Eggleston

  1. Polly York says:

    Margaret, I am so sorry for your loss. We will always miss her. She was one of the best people I have known and I know your pain is great but Heaven awaits, have no doubt. Sisters are special people so hold tight to your memories. God bless you allKeep her in your heart.

  2. I worked with Dorothy for many years at Bellwood. She was always there to help you and always had a smile for you. My prayers are with all her family.

  3. Aunt Dot was a good person, she gave me some of the best childhood memories. She taught me how to tie my shoes, the love of reading. Every year for my birthday, she would take me to the state fair. Oh, so many memories….

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